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2021, vol. 16, br. 1, str. 61-79
Značaj organizacione kulture za humanitarne operacije
aRM HK Trepča A.D., Zvečan
bAcademy of Vocational Studies of Kosovo and Metohija, Leposavić
cDelikos DOO, Sopot

e-adresanikolamilosevic1@yahoo.com
Ključne reči: organizaciona kultura; humanitarna organizacija; saradnja; humanitarne operacije
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Humanitarno okruženje postavlja niz izazova za organizcije, pa je važno odgovoriti na adekvatan način. Organizaciona kultura je važan faktor u organizacionim performansama i može biti odlučujući faktor između uspeha i neuspeha. Svaka organizacija ima svoju jedinstvenu kulturu, bilo daje menadžment toga svestan ili ne. Da bi funkcionisale na najefikasniji način i bile u mogućnosti da realizuju strategiju, humanitarnim organizacijama je potrebna odgovarajuća i jaka organizaciona kultura. Zatim, kako bi se ojačao osećaj da tim ima svrhu svog postojanja i kako bi se pomoglo članovima da deluju i razmišljaju u istom pravcu, razvijeni su humanitarni principi i standardi. Za razvoj organizacije veoma je važno pravovremeno uspostavljanje sistema vrednosti i obrazaca ponašanja. Organizaciona kultura je važna kako za unutrašnju strukturu, tako i za veze među učesnicima.
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jezik rada: engleski
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DOI: 10.5937/ekonsig2101061M
primljen: 13.03.2021.
prihvaćen: 07.05.2021.
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